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Books are being shared in new ways – in phone booths, on swings or in airports. BBC Culture checks out some surprising 21st-Century libraries.

Northern Ireland’s rugged, ruin-filled landscapes and wild, remote beaches lend Game of Thrones a sense of authenticity, writes Al Moloney.

As the fifth season of the popular fantasy series begins, Keith Ullich explains why the programme is as entertaining as ever.

Alex Garland’s directorial debut features a sexy robot and deals with artificial intelligence. But is it a challenging psychological drama or a silly fantasy?

The week’s best arts and culture reads – including the art market laid bare, Allen Ginsburg as a teacher and a reconstruction of the death of Julius Caesar.

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